Desgined in Australia for the outback,
the Montero has come a long way. The
Japanese haven't learned how to make
big vehicles. This is my second
Montero in 11 years. The first one
lasted 10 years, and my friend still
drives it. For the price of this SUV,
I admit that there are other SUVs that
are better in look, fit and feel. But,
I do think the Montero can outlast them
with basic maintenance.
Solid ride, stability at high speeds,
cargo space, large sunroof and four-
wheel drive options.
Better turning radius, improved
seating, better gas mileage (and its
possible) and less cluttered
dashboard. The cup holders in front
are a joke!
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